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>spend 12 years of my life home schooled
>mom and dad teach me some basic math stuff, like finding the area of a triangle, addition +subtraction etc
>ignore standards for math education.
>go to community college, be tested, and be placed in pre-algebra class.
>first semester everyone around me is a bumbling idiot, or an immigrant
Kill me /sci/ My dreams of being a docter are crushed. I'm 18.
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Can a Benign Tumor in the rib cage region (lower left) trick the immune system into attacking itself; and thus attacking the intestines leading to a Crohn's Disease-like illness? If not, I also read that a benign tumor can constrict surrounding tissues and blood vessels. If it restricts the blood vessels, which would restrict the flow of blood in the abdomen. It would ultimately impair the digestion of food. Could this in result mimic Crohn's Disease behavior? (Blood in stool/little appetite/problem going to the bathroom/pain in stomach, etc)
I'll ask a doctor; but I want to ask you guys too. I had a benign tumor at the end of junior high in my left lower rib cage. The expert told me that I should go to the gym and work out; which should lessen/make the tumor less present/severe as it was. Within 6 months after graduating and the diagnosis in junior high, I started as a Freshman in Highschool around September and suffered severe intense 100/100 pain in my abdomen with blood in stool and no appetite. After many hijinks while as a Freshman; I was diagnosed with Crohns. My symptoms and "illness" is definitely Crohns; no doubt about it. But its very weird that I'd get something like this after having a tumor within 1 fucking year.
Being the lower class background I'm in, I have bad parents and lived in a bad household (never slept on a bed, only couch, lower income single parent, asbestos like walls peeling and burned, etc). If it matters; While in Junior High I occasionally burned my rice-meal when coming from school; and ate it (I have a phobia of fire due to an incident as a toddler). Sometimes I ate it, sometimes I threw it away. I'm in 21 and in college right now and even though I'm taking meds for my auto-immune disease (works 50/50), I never went to check up again for my benign tumor. I was wondering hopelessly and naively, if this Auto-immune Crohn's disease is from the tumor or legit